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Power Metals Commences Winter 2024 Exploration at Case Lake

Power Metals Corp. (TSXV: PWM) (FRANKFURT: OAA1) (OTCQB: PWRMF) has mobilized a diamond drill rig to begin its winter 2024 exploration drill program at the Case Lake Property, aiming to extend Lithium-Cesium-Tantalum (LCT) mineralization. A total of 4,000 meters of drilling is planned.

Winter 2024 Drill Program Advances

Johnathan More, Chairman of Power Metals, expressed excitement about returning to Case Lake, highlighting the site’s potential for Cesium in Pollucite. The program focuses on high priority targets identified through previous successful drills.

About Case Lake Property

The Case Lake Property, 80 km east of Cochrane in northeastern Ontario, encompasses 585 cell claims. The property is notable for its 14 granitic domes and the Case Lake pegmatite swarm, with a mineralization trend extending about 10 km.

Commitment to Exploration

Power Metals continues its exploration efforts, having drilled over 15,700 meters between 2017 and 2022. The company holds a robust portfolio aimed at supplying the growing lithium battery and clean technology sectors.

Amanuel Bein, P.Geo., has reviewed the scientific and technical disclosure in this announcement.

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